The procedure to set takeoff power is basically the same in all airplanes.
After line-up on the runway, you advance the power levers to somewhat of a "higher" N1 or EPR power setting, this to "spool up" the engines, meaning by that that many bleed valves close at such a power setting.
When the engines are stabilized, and "spooled", a quick look at the numbers indicated (the flight engineer, in my old 747), the PF
sets the takeoff power, from "spooled up", engines generally accelerate equally, and "adjustments" are done by our flight engineer.
At 80 kts, we put the "auto throttle" switch ON
if we want to use it.
For our airplanes (we use EPR since we have JT9D-7Q engines) we set the "takeoff EPR" initially (that number is valid up to 80 kts), should the flight engineer need to "adjust" the power beyond 80 kts, he would have to use the "go around EPR" (somewhat lower number) since using straight "takeoff EPR" above 80 kts would possibly exceed the EPR limit of the engine...
Each engines are somewhat different, but the procedures are equivalent. I have flown airplanes with JT3D, JT4A, JT8D, JT9D, CF6 and CFM engines, while numbers are obviously different, the procedures remain the same.